- George Ntim has been appointed as the chairman of New York’s State Hospitality and Tourism Association’s Board of Directors
- The association leads and protects the New York State hospitality and tourism industry
- This is achieved by the provision of advocacy, education and resources
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The market director of diplomatic and community relations at New York City Marriott Hotels, George Ntim, has been appointed as the chairman of New York’s State Hospitality and Tourism Association’s Board of Directors.
Per a statement released on Friday, January 17, 2020, the Association noted that it has a mission to lead and protect the New York State hospitality and tourism industry by providing advocacy, education, and resources.
Per a report by dailymailgh.com, the Association is the oldest state-lodging association in the country.
It currently represents 1,000 members and this includes hotels, motels, resorts, conference centers, country inns, bed & breakfast establishments, reservation service organizations, and amusement parks.
It is also focused on catering for museums, ski areas, historical sites, convention and visitor bureaus, chambers of commerce, colleges and universities, hospitality students, among others.
In other news, three young Ghanaian innovators, Charles Ofori Antipem, Priscilla Mante and Ben Nortey, are set to be featured on CNN International, YEN.com.gh has learned.
Information available shows that they are using science and technology to break new grounds.
They also intend to inspire another generation of Ghanaian innovators who would carry on with their work.
Per a report by peacefmonline.com, the three innovators noted that they were exploring and applying innovation in different fields of science to help humanity.
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